“Gripe sites” are internet web sites which air a grievance about a particular company, product, service, or anything else about which you can complain. Because these sites’ names often take the form of “CompanyXSucks.com” or “ProductYBreaks.net”, they typically contain a trademarked phrase in their domain name. Lara Pearson, a Nevada intellectual property lawyer who specializes in trademarks, looks at the implications of the trademarks in these sites’ names. She details each Circuit’s status regarding gripe sites which potentially infringe existing trademarks, and then similarly reviews claims of trademark dilution on gripe sites in each Federal Circuit. She also explores how these sites interact with current false advertising and cybersquatting law, again on a circuit-by-circuit basis.